Management Drive

Management Drives uses a language consisting of six colours presented in a matrix. Each colour describes a personal management style, the team’s preferred form of cooperation, or the culture in an organisation.

Management Drives uses a language consisting of six colours presented in a matrix. Each colour describes a personal management style, the team’s preferred form of cooperation, or the culture in an organisation. 

Your management style and inner motivation are closely linked. By tuning in on your internal drivers, it is possible to unfold your full potential constructively. 

We all have dominant thought patterns and behaviour patterns. The thought patterns result from your inner motivation and help predict the kind of behaviour you display yourself and which culture a team or an organisation is characterised by. 

Management Drives is a practical approach to individual and team development that supports the development of your leadership style, focusing on strengths and development areas. 

The approach examines and offers insight into what motivates a person, a team, and an organisation. The result is a common language that enables you to talk about how you can use each other’s strengths and create the desired behaviour in both the team and the individual. 

Management Drives uses a language consisting of six colours presented in a matrix. Each colour describes a leadership style, the team’s preferred forms of collaboration, and organisational culture. By knowing each other’s strengths, you can coalesce, and when we look at the team’s profiles together, we can also easily transform the team’s challenges into sustainable results.

Personal Development

A profile from Management Drives is like looking in a mirror. It provides new insights. It gives you a new language to share your new knowledge clearly and transparently with the outside world. During a course of development, topics that were previously difficult to convey become concrete and distinct. Working on yourself will show you your strengths and development opportunities. You can work on your less developed drivers. Through it, it is possible to work with your behaviour and reactions. In short, it is an excellent opportunity to gain insight into your development potential. 

Also, you get the opportunity to compare your profile with other profiles in MD App, where you can connect with others and see how your motivation and behaviour differ from each other. It is an excellent opportunity to understand others and develop your relationship. 

Team development

During team development, we will pay attention to both the individual and the team’s profile. We talk about the recognition by one’s own and others’ profiles. What is clear to others, and what are my blind spots?

The sessions are always tailored to the team’s needs, and before we start, everyone fills in a team scan, providing a snapshot of how the group experiences the collaboration within the team works. 

Afterward, I explain the individual profiles in a group process to better understand each other and oneself. In my experience, this underpins a close relationship within the team. Then we move on to the group profile. What do the strongest drivers look like in the profile, and what blind spots does the team have? The team itself identifies the necessary changes in performance, behaviour, and culture based upon concrete actions and the participants’ energy from their strongest drivers. 

Organizational development

Developing organisations always begins with developing people. Are you capable of motivating the employees and embracing the desired changes? It is necessary to encourage employees individually, and the motivation must match the strongest drivers. 

When preparing for change, it is good to substantiate the communication and the changes in relation to the culture and the strongest drivers in the organisation. This will ease the process considerably and enable you to organise the change process optimally.

People, teams, and organisations have consistent thought patterns that predict behaviour and motivation. By gaining insight, it is possible to facilitate a successful process of change. Generating change, though, requires that employees change their behaviour. By focusing on the patterns in the organisation, it becomes possible to effect change adapted to the optimal motivational process for the individual.


Once you know the company’s or the department’s culture and motivational patterns, you can use Management Drives to hire a new employee that matches the profile. Experience tells us that the most challenging part of recruitment is finding the right person with behaviour that matches the company culture. It is less important to look at professional qualifications because they are much easier to identify—and can often be upgraded if necessary. 

With Management Drive, it is possible to look at the team composition and identify which profile will complement the team, so performance becomes even better. 

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Your management style is closely linked to your inner motivation. Focusing your attention on the internal drivers makes it possible to unleash your full potential constructively.